John's Anglican Church
of Horton, Wolfville, Nova
23rd, 2018 - 17th Sunday after Trinity /
18th after Pentecost
Communion, The Book of Common Prayer, P.
we pray thee that thy grace may always prevent and follow us,
and make us continually to be given to all good works; through
Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.
Prayers of the People: Patsy Clothier
Book of Alternative Services
Gathering of the Community
God, My Hope On You Is Founded
Greeting and Collect for Purity, p. 185
The Collect of the Day: O
God, who draws near to us and whose
is revealed in lordship laid aside: give us grace to welcome
you in the child and in the outcast; in the name of Jesus
Christ, who humbled himself so that we might know eternal
the children depart for Sunday School we will
I'm building a people of power
I'm making a people of praise;
will move through this land by my
will glorify my precious name.
Your Church, Lord, make us strong, Lord,
our hearts, Lord, through your Son;
us one, Lord, in your body,
the kingdom of your Son.
Proclamation of the Word, p.
Proverbs 31:10-31, TBA
Reading: James 3:13 -
4:3, 7-8a, Jim Fyfe
#514 Jesus, Joy of Our Desiring
Apostles’ Creed, p. 189
Prayers of the People, Kimberly Matheson
and Absolution, p. 191
Sharing of the Peace, p. 192
Celebration of the Eucharist
Are Welcome [handout]
over the Gifts, p. 382
Prayer #5, p. 204
Lord’s Prayer, p.
Breaking of the Bread #2, p. 212 #745
Lamb of God…
are welcome to come forward to receive holy communion or a
blessing. Gluten-free bread is available at the communion
#54 Bread of the World, in Mercy
steh mit einem Fuss in Grabe” from Cantata No. 156 (J.S. Bach)
after Communion, p.
by Doxology, p. 214
#577 God of Grace and God of
are they who have not walked in the counsel of the wicked, nor
lingered in the way of sinners, nor sat in the seats of the
delight is in the law of the Lord, and on this law they
meditate day and night.
are like trees planted by streams of water, bearing fruit in
due season, with leaves that do not wither; everything they do
is not so with the wicked; they are like chaff which the wind
the wicked shall not stand upright when judgement comes, nor
the sinner in the council of the
the Lord knows the way of the righteous, but the way of the
wicked is doomed.
be to the Father, and to the Son, and to the Holy Spirit; as
it was in the beginning, is now, and will be for ever.
Denyse & Jim Nelson
& Helen Whidden
is invited to enjoy a time of fellowship and refreshments
following the 10am service this week provided by Mary and
remember in your prayers…
Anglican Church of Tanzania; our National
Indigenous Bishop Mark MacDonald and the Anglican Council of
and Students at the Atlantic School of Theology, the
University of King’s College, Acadia University, Acadia
Divinity College, Kings-Edgehill School, Windsor, and
programmes of Discernment, Training and Formation for Ordained
Ministry in our Diocese
who are in need of
God’s healing grace: Arthur & Joan, Albert
Marlene & John Reid, Jane, Doreen McKee, Kevan,
Shelley & Gloria, Connie,
Harry, Cecil, Ann Watson, Phyllis Weatherbee, Richard Fry,
Gene Trites, Eric Alcorn, Patricia, Kathleen, Canon Russell
Elliott, Rob Phillips, Steve Kamburis, Betty
Stauffer & Don & Betty Little
FOR Sept. 30th
am Holy Communion (BCP) 10:00 am
Holy Eucharist (BAS)
these dates on your calendar
- Sun., Sept. 23rd, 1-4pm at St. John’s: Doors Open for
We are taking part in this initiative by Heritage Trust of
Nova Scotia throughout Kings County to open our doors to
you to all our volunteers for your help and
the talk by the Human Rights Lawyer from Palestine (The Age of Trump and
Netanyahu) scheduled for Tues, Sept. 25th
at St. Andrew’s United Church in Halifax has had to be
cancelled. The committee hopes to reschedule this
event. Watch for updates.
Sept. 26th, 10:30am, Wickwire Place: Holy
Sat., Oct. 20th, at
Location is St. James Anglican Church, Kentville.
26th-28th, Camp Seggie, PEI: Diocesan
for youth in grades 7-12. The theme is “Wide Open Welcome.”
More information and registration forms are at the back of the
church – or talk to Jim or Sandra Fyfe. Registration deadline is
Nov. 1st, 7pm, Cathedral Church of All Saints:
Ordination of the Reverends Lorraine Street and Mike Tutton as
Priests in the Church of God.
Watch for carpooling
Sept. 27th, 2pm, Blomidon Court: Holy
Sept. 29th, 9:30am-3pm: - Soil and Spirituality:
Come apart for the day and find heaven under your
Join us in quiet contemplation on dirt, spirit, connecting
with our roots in a beautiful garden setting at the Quiet
Garden at Kent Lodge. Leader: the Rev'd Canon Lynn Uzans,
Anglican Parish of Wilmot. Coffee served at 9:30am for a 10am
opening. Lunch provided at noon. Closing at 3pm. No cost. All
are welcome. Please register in advance as space is limited.
Phone: Pat (902) 542-5609; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sept. 30th (rain or shine), 1-5pm (serving on the
Annual Turkey Dinner & walk-a-thon,
Anne’s Camp, 3232 West Dalhousie Rd. Menu: Turkey, dressing,
veggies, dessert, tea, coffee. Adults: $15.00;
Children under 12: $5. Advanced tickets: Please
contact: Henry Spurr@ 902-532-2723. A limited number of
tickets available at the
Sept. 30th, 3pm, Wolfville Baptist Church:
Induction of the new Senior Pastor, Rev’d Dr. Scott
you have pictures or news that you would like to see in our
next edition of the newsletter email them to Sandra at
email@example.com by Sun., Sept.
to learn how our church can connect with our community and
neighbourhood in new ways?
Consider attending the Vital Church Maritimes Conference in
Truro from Nov. 8th-10th. The cost is
$140 (or $150 after Oct. 1st) plus accommodations,
if required. Funding support is available through the Diocese.
Talk to Sandra for details.
ROAST BEEF DINNER
in support of L'Arche Homefires will take place on Fri.,
Oct. 12th at the Lion's Hall from 5-7pm. There will
be take-out and eat-in options. All tickets must be
no tickets available at the door. Cutoff date
for tickets sales is Friday Oct. 5th. The menu will
consist of roast beef, mashed potatoes and gravy, carrots and
green peas. There will be fresh rolls, pickles, beets etc. on
the tables. If you have any questions please speak to Karen or
Dale Hennigar or call 902-681-7402.
Annual Project 2018-2019:
: Bonny Lea Farm, "A Home
Forever". To support Bonny Lea Farm in the building of a new
residence by sponsoring a room. Anglican women in our diocese
will be sponsoring the living room, a place of welcome,
gathering, and fellowship, in the new building at Bonny Lea
Farm. The new residence is for the aging and ready to retire
residents so that they many continue to live in the supportive
environment at Bonny Lea, their forever home. Cutoff date is
April 2019. To make a donation make your cheque payable to:
Anglican Church Women Board and indicate Project 2018/19 on
the cheque and place on collection plate.
Annapolis Valley Honour Choir is
selling 8" potted Fall
from Blomidon Nurseries for $15 each to raise funds for their
upcoming trip to Spain and Portugal in July 2019. Alec Fyfe
has vouchers available to sell today. Simply present the
voucher at Blomidon Nurseries and pick up your Mum. Thanks for
supporting young singers in our
anniversary pewter ornaments
- 35 left to sell @ $10
contact Elizabeth Biggs or Rev.
Sandra. Also, My Cup
Runneth Over anniversary coffee (whole bean or ground) is
still available @ $12/bag. See Dale or Karen
John's Choral Scholar Program -
Please consider making a donation to help us continue this
wonderful ministry and outreach with our Acadia students. For
more information about the Choral Scholar program, there is a
brochure available at the back of the
church, or feel free to speak with Michelle. There are also
donation envelopes at the back of the church. Please make your
cheque out to St. John's Anglican Church, and put a note in
the memo line saying that it is to go to the Choral Scholar
Like to sing - or know
someone who does? The choir welcomes new
members! Share your musical gifts, enjoy the fellowship of
being in the choir, and experience the power and joy of
leading the congregation in musical worship. Please speak to
Michelle about joining the choir, or about other ways of
contributing to our music program.
for the North:
count down for the quilts to the north is on - 39 quilts
more are needed by the end of October.
will be in the church office Tues., 1-2pm, and Thurs.,
4:30-6pm. She will be off Monday.